Hotel Hill House
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 22] "It was," Cross emphasizes, the ACS "which master-minded the extraordinary venture in Paris which resulted in the founding" of the ECG.(p172)
Robert Nevin, the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America (PECUSA) rector in Rome, "seems to have been present at every juncture in the planning" and "appears to have been, with [Frederick] Meyrick, the principal strategist in winning Anglican Episcopal backing."(p123, 175)
... dull grey buildings and graffiti so far. Our first stop was at Monserrate and I was dropped off and met my guide for the day! I've never hired a personal guide for the day (I felt like such a tourist!!) but it seemed a good idea given that I only have a few hours and I don't want to wander around the city by myself. And at £70 for the day, wasn't too expensive. My guide was Colombian, having lived in Bogota most of his life, apart from 7 years in Italy and was the ...
... m going to spend the next few days checking out Bogota, and then next week I’ll try to learn some spanish so it’s a bit easier for me to get by.
I picked up a Colombian sim card for the company UFF!, so I’ll be able to stay in contact with people I meet while I’m here. Luckily, one of the girls working at my hotel was nice enough to activate the sim card for me because ...
It was so good to be on land after 5 days at sea, although we felt pretty shaky with what we diagnosed as "land sickness." We got to our hostel and washed off 5 days of salt water and wobbled around town looking for food. The next day Marco and Stephan checked in to our hostel so it was cool to see them again. We hung out that afternoon with them as well as Phil and the two America girls, just walking around the city having a few drinks as we went. It was an odd ...
... buildings. Usaquén has the charm of an old town that got outgunned by the city's growth. It's cleaner than la Candelaria, but lacks its colorful vibrant scene. We decided to go to the overhyped Andres Carne de Res in Chia, but once on the bus we learned that the Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá was pretty close so we decided to get that out of the way. It's a really impressive place that shouldn't be missed. It's quite a hassle to get out ...